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(today Bratislava, Hungarian: Pozsony), where he remained three years. Later he studied at Vienna, Kecskemét, and Budapest. Leó Veigelsberg was born at Frauenkirchen, Burgenland and was educated at Kiskőrös, Budapest, and Vienna. For a short time he taught in the Jewish public school in Kecskemét, where he wrote noteworthy political articles for several newspapers, especially the "Politik" of Prague; in 1867 he became a member of the editorial


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In addition to the piano, Szell studied composition with Eusebius Mandyczewski (a personal friend of Brahms (Johannes Brahms)), and with Max Reger for a brief period. Although his work as a composer is virtually unknown today, when he was fourteen Szell signed a ten-year exclusive publishing contract with Universal Edition in Vienna. In addition to writing original pieces, he arranged (arrangement) Bedřich Smetana's '' String Quartet No. 1 (Smetana) String Quartet No. 1


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school in Vienna. After a brief tour in the army during World War I, he began acting in various theatrical productions in Berlin, Vienna, and other cities in Central Europe. He began his film career in 1921, and appeared in a number of German silent films early on. Sima was frequently cast as the comic villain whose machinations get everyone into trouble, although many a times his villainous stature was used to more chilling effect. Born in :de:Hohenau an der March Hohenau

an der March , Lower Austria, Sima attended high school in Vienna. After a brief tour in the army during World War I, he began acting in various theatrical productions in Berlin, Vienna, and other cities in Central Europe. He began his film career in 1921, and appeared in a number of German silent films early on. Sima was frequently cast as the comic villain whose machinations get everyone into trouble, although many a times his villainous stature was used to more chilling


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Contract Bridge Playing Cards." This deck contained cards using grey-blue colored crowns called "Royals" as a fifth suit. According to the rules published by Parker Brothers, credit is given to Ammiel F. Decker for the rules in 1933. The fifth suit of "Greens" was called "Blätter", or leafs. In 1937 and 1938, Waddington's of London created a fifth suit of more detailed crowns also called "Royals," which respectively featured light blue and dark green crowns. In the same year there were three American decks that included a green "Eagle" as a fifth suit in similar Bridge decks of playing cards. The deck published by United States Playing Card Company used the Eagle in a medium green and the pips in the corners were inside green circles. The second deck was by Russell Playing Cards (owned by the United States Playing Card Company) used the same Eagle but in a darker shade and the pips in the corners were devoid of the circle. The third deck was by Arrco in 1938 and used an Eagle as well. At least five other bridge books were subsequently published to support playing Bridge with rules for this fifth suit, including one by Arrco in 1938. It is more than likely the book that Arrco published was for their own deck. Parker Brothers created a fifth-suit Bridge deck in 1938 called "Castle Bridge", in which the fifth suit of Castles looked like a Rook (Rook (chess)) chess piece and was colored green. The rules are still available from the Hasbro website. Wikipedia:Vienna Commons:Category:Vienna


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November 2009 Biography Sechter was born in Friedberg (Frymburk) (Frymburk), Bohemia, then part of the Austrian Empire, and moved to Vienna in 1804, succeeding Jan Václav Voříšek as court organist there in 1824. In 1810 he began teaching piano and voice (Singing) at an academy for blind students. In 1828 the ailing Franz Schubert had one counterpoint lesson with him. Schubert's Lesson with Sechter Alfred Mann 19th-Century Music, Vol. 6, No. 2 (Autumn

posthumous Reports concerning Mozart in his late Viennese Years", ''Eighteenth-Century Music'' 2 1, (Cambridge University Press, 2005), 127. he was a pupil of both Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Johann Albrechtsberger. He published Albrechtsberger's complete written works after his death. His own pupils included Franz von Suppé, Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst, Antonio Casimir Cartellieri, Joseph Fischhof and Eduard Marxsen. He studied painting in Vienna

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and a major prestige project. Former suburbs were incorporated, and the city of Vienna grew dramatically. In 1918, after World War I, Vienna became capital of the Republic of German-Austria, and then in 1919 of the First Republic of Austria. From the late 19th century to 1938, the city remained a centre of high culture and modernism. A world capital of music, the city played host to composers such as Brahms, Bruckner, Mahler and Richard Strauss. The city's cultural

contributions in the first half of the 20th century included, among many, the Vienna Secession movement, psychoanalysis, the Second Viennese School, the architecture of Adolf Loos and the philosophy of Ludwig Wittgenstein and the Vienna Circle. In 1913, Adolf Hitler, Leon Trotsky, Joseph Tito, Sigmund Freud and Joseph Stalin all lived within a few miles of each other in central Vienna, with some of them being regulars at the same coffeehouses. Wikipedia:Vienna Commons:Category:Vienna


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of Music of America National Conservatory of Music , conducting and composing. His most notable instrumental compositions were his ''Cello Concerto No. 2 in E minor, Op. 30'' (1894), which entered the standard repertoire, "Sullivan's only concerto a classic", ''The Los Angeles Daily News'', March 13, 1987, reprinted at julianlloydwebber.com and his ''Auditorium Festival March'' (1901). He led


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Jennifer Sparks was born in England on January 1, 1900 (the date is a running theme in Ellis' Wildstorm titles, see above). Her family possessed quite a fortune, and she was sent to an all-girls school in Vienna. Her family had died on the ''Titanic (RMS Titanic)'' in 1912, and her father's arch-nemesis took over their fortune. Left penniless, young Jenny was invited by her godfather, Albert Einstein, to Zurich, where he offered to finish her education. Before leaving she recommended


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in real and complex analysis. European Indoor Championships (2002 European Indoor Championships in Athletics) Vienna, Austria bgcolor CC9966 3rd Leo Sirota began studying piano at the age of five. By the age of nine he was already giving concerts and came to the attention of Paderewski (Ignacy Jan Paderewski), who invited the boy to study with him. Sirota's parents, however, felt he was too young, and so he attended the conservatories in Kiev and, later, Saint Petersburg


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, at the insistence of several faculty members, to the more traditional Akademie der Bildenden Künste (Academy of Fine Arts Vienna) in Vienna in 1906. There, he studied painting and drawing, but was frustrated by the school’s conservatism. The Leopold Museum, Vienna houses perhaps Schiele's most important and complete collection of work, featuring over 200 exhibits. The museum sold one of these, “Houses With Colorful Laundry (Suburb II)”, for $40.1 million at Sotheby's in 2011. http

and the BBC, toured West Germany in a one-woman-show and gave master classes in voice and piano. During this period, Dassanowsky also modeled exclusively for Austrian painter Franz Xaver Wolf (1896–1990), whose work featuring her image is now in museum and private collections. Through art director Federico Pallavicini she encouraged an issue of the short-lived American magazine, ''Flair'' (edited by Fleur Cowles) to cover the arts in postwar Vienna, and modeled for the planned edition

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Apart from being regarded as the ''City of Music''

In a 2005 study of 127 world cities (Global city), the Economist Intelligence Unit ranked the city first (in a tie with Vancouver, Canada) for the world's most livable cities (World's most livable cities) (in the 2012 survey of 140 cities Vienna was ranked number two, behind Melbourne).

The city was ranked 1st globally for its culture of innovation in 2007 and 2008, and fifth globally (out of 256 cities) in the 2011 Innovation Cities Index, which analyzed 162 indicators in covering three areas: culture, infrastructure, and markets.

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